Walla C

Here’s 5 tracks as chosen by Brazil-born, Melbourne-based producer, rapper, beat-maker and radio presenter Walla C, ahead of publication of our extended interview.
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Great work with synths and warm sounds. Really love the collective entirety of the track’s sound. Hard to believe it’s a collaboration.

Tall Black Guy – The Motor Is Running
Super creative drums. Love how he uses vocals (beatbox) all the way through this track. Tall Black Guy has been an influence on me since I first heard “Time”. This song here also inspires me to understand song progression a bit deeper.

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Kiefer – U R What U Repeatedly Do
My morning mantra is Kiefer. Jazz beats with a touch of lo-fi. It’s so fresh to hear an instrumental beat with an amazingly played real piano rather than a sample. Still love good chop sample on the drums beat.

Slakah The Beatchild – Byram’s Groove (Cut a Rug)
This is the producer I’ve been listening to for over the last month now. This is the first track I found on Spotify and I love how all the elements on this track are organic. There’s a nostalgic feeling to this particular song but it still holds the hip-hop vibe.

Azymuth – Un Amigo – A Friend
Forever my heroes. My favourite song from Azymuth that’s taken from my favourite album, Outubro. The whole song is amazing. Brazilian rhythms fused with jazz. This group is a timeless inspiration.